Chile offers some of the most unspoiled wild trout fishing in the world. The region around Coyaique offers an incredible diversity of rivers, lakes and small streams.
Bozeman, MT (PRWEB) May 20, 2013
Montana Angler Fly Fishing recently partnered with Magic Waters Lodge near Coyaique, Chile to offer full service guided fly fishing trips to Chilean Patagonia. Montana Angler currently leads hosted trips each year to destination lodges in both Chile and Argentina. Magic Waters Lodge is owned by Eduardo Barrueta, a native to Chile and the Coyaique region. The lodge rests on the edge of two private lakes with sweeping views of the Southern Andes. There are multiple rivers within an hour drive from the base and Magic Waters also incorporates the use of other cabins farther south to explore remote areas of Patagonia.
“We are very excited to add the Magic Waters Lodge to our destination lodging program," states Montana Angler outfitter Brian McGeehan. “Chile offers some of the most unspoiled wild trout fishing in the world. The region around Coyaique offers an incredible diversity of rivers, lakes and small streams. We are very excited to work with Eduardo and his team of guides which have lived and guided in this region most of their lives. Eduardo’s family has strong relationships with many of the estancia owners in the valley which allows them unique access to numerous smaller private spring creeks and streams. This area is quickly being recognized as one of the world’s great dry fly destinations for wild trout.”
Some of the larger rivers in the region that are targeted from Magic Waters Lodge include the Paloma, Simpson, Blanco, Huemules, Emperador Guillermo, and Ñireguao. There are also numerous lakes which harbor trophy brown and rainbow trout. Coyaique can be reached by multiple flights per day from Santiago and the lodge is a 45 minute drive from the airport.
Montana Angler Fly Fishing (http://www.montanaangler.com) offers full service fly fishing packages across Montana and also has numerous international lodge partners in Argentina, Chile and the Bahamas.